Mother of two-year-old Daycare fire victim seeks legal representation

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According to the Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett & Bendesky P.C. law firm, the mother of two-year-old Dalvin Pacley—one of the five children that died in the Daycare fire on August 11, 2019—has sought out legal representation from Saltz Mongeluzzi Barrett & Bendesky P.C. (SMBB).

Karina Facchiano, Dalvin’s mother, said she will forever mourn the death of her son, and the other victims, and believes that she must do all she can to “make sure every question about why and how the fire was caused—and who should be held responsible—must be answered to make sure no other lives are lost in day care centers, in Erie or anywhere.” Dalvin would have celebrated his third birthday on October 12.

Erie Attorney John B. Carlson is serving as co-counsel with the SMBB legal team that will conduct a search for answers in the aftermath of the tragedy.

“This is a tragic event. What she hopes to see is not only what caused the fire that resulted in her son’s death, but the next step is to ensure that it never happens to anyone else’s child,” said John Carlson, Attorney.

Fire Chief Guy Santone tells Acton News that investigators are still waiting for electrical test results being conducted by a Maryland Company.

If you have any information concerning the tragedy that could be helpful to the families, please contact any of the following attorneys:

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